Crafted Zimbabwe Tours

Enjoy a warm welcome in Zimbabwe, where friendly guides are happy to share their country’s dramatic landscapes and superb wildlife viewing. Zimbabwe is home to the roaring Victoria Falls, the winding Zambezi River, and a complete range of expansive national parks covering a host of dramatic landscapes. From the vast plains, rolling hills and lush forests of Hwange National Park, to the extraordinary rock formations of the lesser-known but equally spectacular Matobo National Park – Zimbabwe’s national parks are teeming with fascinating flora and fauna, including the mighty Big Five.


Inspired destinations

If you are looking for a safari in Zimbabwe, the main areas are Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Victoria Falls is a spectacular waterfall on the border with Zambia. Here you can relax, taking in the beautiful scenery, or try the more adventurous approach with one of the many activities on offer.

Hwange National Park is the largest game park in Zimbabwe, Hwange National Park offers a variety of scenery and game. It is superb for walking safaris and game drives where the wildlife is abundant, particularly herds of elephant.

Lake Kariba and Matusadona National Park are located on the Zambezi River, Lake Kariba is one of the world’s greatest man-made lakes. The game here is concentrated on the southern shore of the lake, in Matusadona National Park, where safaris can include viewing wildlife by 4WD, boat, canoe or on foot.

Mana Pools National Park is among the most scenic of Zimbabwe’s safari destinations with a collection of ox-bow lakes surrounded by vegetation, which attracts large amounts of wildlife. You can take in the stunning landscapes, try a canoe trip along the Zambezi River to view the big game or go on a walking safari.


Zimbabwe Boutique Hotels

Livingstone & Stanley Boutique Hotel

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Zimbabwe Luxury Game Lodges

Bumi Hills Safari Lodge

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